Almira Labs recognised for innovation

LogoAlmiraLabsRCL Customer wins prestigious award

We are delighted to announce that Almira Labs, a valued customer of RCL, has received a prestigious industry award for innovation.

Almira Labs, an Independent Software Vendor based in Madrid were named "Grand Prize Winner" of Dialogic Corporation's first ever Innovator Award, a contest designed to recognise exceptional innovation in application development.

Using the Dialogic IP Media Server platform, the team at Almira have developed two ground breaking video applications, Video Notes and Community Video Cast which were commended by the panel

We'd like to take this opportunity to send our congratulations to the team at Almira Labs.

More information on Almira Labs can be found here.

Click here to read the full press release from Dialogic Corporation.

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